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sixtiesnoun [plural]

uk   /ˈsɪk.stiz/  us   /ˈsɪk.stiz/
A person's sixties are the ​period in which they are ​aged between 60 and 69: Many ​peopleretire intheir sixties.
the sixties
the ​range of ​temperature between 60° and 69° Fahrenheit: The ​temperature is usually in the sixties at this ​time of ​year.
B2 the decade (= ​period of ten ​years) between 60 and 69 in any ​century, usually 1960–1969: The Beatles made ​their first ​hitrecords in the sixties.
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sixtiesplural noun

(also 60s, 60’s)  us   /ˈsɪks·tiz/
the ​numbers 60 through 69: The ​temperature is ​expected to be in the sixties (= between 60° and 69°). This ​building was a ​concerthall in the sixties (= between 1960 and 1969). Uncle Buddy is in his sixties (= between 60 and 69 ​yearsold).
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